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CBE 40498 - Section 01: Energy and Climate (CRN 28765)


Course Description:
This course integrates the principles of physical sciences and engineering as they pertain to energy, its sources and uses and the impact of these on the environment. The great majority of energy used by society comes from fossil fuels. The consequences are that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have been increasing and that readily available sources of oil have been depleted. Prospects for sustainable energy use will be discussed including an engineering cost/benefit analysis of different sources. A question that will be examined in particular detail, is the effect of energy use on climate change both now and in the future. To do this we will analyze the complex couplings and feedback mechanisms that operate between the geosphere, the biosphere, the atmosphere, and the hydrosphere as related to global climate change.

Associated Term: Spring Semester 2012
Campus: Main
Credits: 3
Grade Mode: Standard Letter
Course may not be repeated




Restrictions:
Department Approval Required
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Employee Non-Degree (EM) ,  St. Mary's College (SM) ,  Undergraduate Non-Degree (UD) ,  Undergraduate (UG)
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:
Main (M)

Course Attributes:
EESE - EE Science Electives ,  ENTE - Enrgy Studies Technical ,  SUS2 - Impacts ,  ZTST - Final exam

Registration Availability (Overflow: Off )
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Enrollment History » CBE 40498 Energy and Climate (CRN 28765)
Enrollment over the last three years
Course was recently taught in SP09, FA09
Average number of students: 28
Composition of Students First Year Soph Junior Senior/5th Grad/Prof
FYS          
Architecture          
Arts and Letters     2% 5%  
Business       2%  
Engineering     14% 73%  
Science       2% 3%
Law          

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